Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture

Exhibition Catalogue

Along with numerous illustrations, the catalogue contains an introduction by Peter Pakesch, who places the subject in its historical context of art and science and addresses the relationship between sculpture and architecture. Curator Katrin Bucher Trantow provides pithy but thorough accounts of the works and the artists in the exhibition. Thomas Macho (Professor of Cultural History at the Humboldt University in Berlin) explores the frontiers of living matter from a cultural historical perspective. Gloria Meynen (Eikones, University of Basel) takes a look at the history of evolution from an unusual angle, and singles out the shrewdness of science fiction in its view of the malleability of life.

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